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Master of Theology

Our Master of Theology is a one-year, English-taught programme consisting of four specialised tracks: Ethics of Dignity, Living Texts, Missional Communities and Thinking God Interculturally. Because of its research focus and high academic level, the programme is uniquely suited as a second master’s degree preparing for a teaching ministry or doctoral studies.  With students from all over the world, the programme offers you a truly international and intercultural experience! Apply now for the academic year 2019-2020, starting in September 2019. Or learn more about the application process first.

What does the theology master programme look like?

The Master of Theology programme consists of two semesters. In your first semester, you will start with two interdisciplinary courses, as well as four courses dedicated to the specialised track you have chosen. One of your first-semester courses will be provided by our partner institute, the University of Groningen. Your second semester is fully dedicated to your specialisation, including  methodology, specialisation courses, literature study and a master thesis. 

Choose one of four tracks within the master programme

Before you start the master programme, you must choose one of our four specialised tracks. This track will determine the content of your curriculum. You have a choice between:

A three-way conversation

The International Master provides a great entry point into Western theology and culture for students from Asia, Africa and Latin America. We are well equipped to help you build a bridge between your own context and the European Academy. For the same reason, a number of students from the West have chosen this particular one year programme because it provides an exposure to other expressions of World Christianity and intercultural theology. We love to help you deepen the three-way conversation between your own context and its challenges, Western theology, and the Christian Scriptures and tradition.